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AHS Pops goes to the movies

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The Arlington Chorale with members of the AHS Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Justin E. Moore. / Carla DeFord photo

UPDATED, May 31: The Arlington High School Pops, the last formal concert of the academic year, is the traditional time to recognize the accomplishments of graduating seniors.

For the soon-to-be-graduates, Pops is a moment when they seem to say, in the words of “What I Did for Love” (A Chorus Line), “Kiss today good-bye and point me toward tomorrow.”

Hear all the AHS choral and instrumental ensembles render a variety of music from Hollywood films at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 4, and 2 p.m. Sunday, May 5, at Town Hall.

For a feature with photos by Carla DeFord, click here >> 

To see ACMi's broadcast, click here >>

This news announcement was published Thursday, May 2, 2019 and updated May 31, to add an ACMi link.

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